Xian Lim feels blessed to have witnessed Kim Chiu’s reconciliation with her dad
Xian Lim admitted that it was a blessing to have been there when Kim Chiu reconciled with her father in Mindoro. The two Ina Kapatid Anak stars were there for a show when the unexpected reunion came about. When teased if Kim introduced him as her boyfriend, Xian merely smiled and said no. “We were in their hometown.May show kami dun. Siyempre nakakatuwa na napunta kami dun at nandun ako sa very meaningful moment between Kim and her dad,” he said in an interview with Push.com.ph.

As for the real score between him and Kim, Xian maintained that they’re good friends. But he’s happy that they get to see each other a lot nowadays. “We’re good. There came a time na nagkikita kami araw-araw kasi we’re doing a soap, a movie, tapos out of town shows.”...

by Rachelle Siazon

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Truly Pinoy: Piolo Pascual
Piolo Pascual, born January 12, 1977, in Manila, Philippines, is a Filipino actor, singer, song writer, concert performer, host, product endorser, and model.

He is a member of ABS-CBN's circle of homegrown talents collectively known as Star Magic. His earliest acting experience was in the student theatrical group "Teatro Tomasino" of the University of Santo Tomas.

Pascual's early television credits include his stint as Kuya Miguel in ABS-CBN's educational show ATBP and as one of the many teen stars in GMA Network's musical variety show That's Entertainment. His first big break on the small screen came via a weekly primetime series entitled Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako (The Moment You Need Me), where he received an Asian TV Awards (1999) Best Drama Actor nomination for portraying the villain role of Raffy.

Pascual appeared briefly as Jussi Leino in The Vizconde Massacre (1991) directed by Carlo J. Caparas and had a supporting part in Batang PX (1997) directed by Jose Javier Reyes. His first big cinema break was the title role in Lagarista (2000) directed by Mel Chionglo where he received his first Gawad Urian nomination (Best Actor). Lagarista was exhibited in the Toronto, Pusan and Hongkong film festivals.

In 2002, Pascual played the role of Jules Bartolome opposite Vilma Santos and Christopher de Leon, in Dekada '70. He achieved a rare grand slam feat collecting a total of eight awards from all the existing award-giving bodies during the 2003 awards season in the Best Supporting Actor category starting with the Metro Manila Film Festival in December 2002 and culminating with the Gawad Urian in May 2003.

Pascual celebrated his 10th year anniversary in showbiz with a second major solo concert entitled TEN at the Araneta Coliseum on November 30, 2007. A coffee table book entitled Piolo: Believing showcasing career highlights was also launched. [1]

Pascual has a 9-year-old son named Inigo from a previous non-showbiz relationship.
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